Gorgeous Guia de Isora
A wonderful resort, holidays to Guia de Isora are full of promising potential, whether that means you get that golden glow you’ve long been searching for, enjoy exploring the quirky, cobblestoned villages that line the foothills of Mount Teide, or trek through aroma-rich forests throughout the region – Guia de Isora has got you covered.** Towards the western coastline of Tenerife you can expect a few quiet beaches to tempt the family, Playa San Juan offering plenty in the way of bobbing boats and delicate sands, whereas windsurfers may be better off trying out the calm waters enveloping Alcala. Beyond the beaches are a couple of sunbathing platforms holidaymakers are free to take advantage of, should you rather not get sand between the toes.
Walking tours and water sports
Diveria Diving Centre will provide you with ample diving opportunities among the nearby corals and reefs, while windsurfing remains the most tempting prospect along the shores of Alcala during Guia de Isora holidays. Alternatively, sticking inland will offer up opportunity to explore the verdant landscapes and quaint towns, private and self-made walking tours being the best way to get to grips with the stunning scenery and vibrant views of Spain – wine bars lining the way to make hiking that little bit easier on the legs. You’ll also find that Tenerife’s perfect situation off the coast of Africa will embellish you with all-year sunshine, something that sets a beachside break in the Canary Islands apart from the likes of traditional Spanish escapes. Holidays in Guia de Isora can also be used to discover a host of natural allure in the form of Mount Teide, the centrepiece to the island and the awe-inspiring backdrop should you be tempted to look away from the crystal clear waters just for a second.